Beolit 611 de Luxe Portable Radio

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Manufactured: unknown - unknown

Beolit 611 de Luxe was an AM/FM portable radio with two telescopic aerials side by side. It received FM, LW, MW and F (SW) bands, and had a little visual meter (top left of the radio) for battery level and tuning adjustment for maximum station reception.

On the bottom there was an output for external aerial and speaker so that the Beolit could be used as a car radio when the handle was detached. The handle unclipped from the body by pressing it on both sides. There were seven push-button keys in white on the top of the unit, together with separate bass and treble controls as well as two separate tuning controls and tuning strength indicator.

Once the base of the unit is removed, the car radio antenna socket can be seen to the left and on the right are two outputs: one for external or car speaker and one for a tape recorder. Also in the right-hand section is situated the serial number. The batteries go under the white section in the centre.

The seven white-coloured push-buttons on the top are from left to right: On/Off, AFC, L (LW), M (MW), F(SW), tape and FM.

Beolit 611 de Luxe Portable Radio Product Specifications

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Created: 21st January 2007
Modified: 6th February 2007

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Photos and details kindly provided by David James

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